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Saturday, 21 March 2020


Wasn't 'A Relic of the Empire" about a found slaver stasis box?

Stage trees (and scrubby little stage bushes), growing in some Noshabkeming-forsaken place.
Schultz-Mann was some sort of down-on-his-luck aristocrat who'd seen what can happen to people during an economic collapse, though I think that was from the perspective of the suddenly-not-rich rather than the out-of-work working class.

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